The 1960s pop/rock five piece is set to reform, and try and recapture their former hedonistic days. The group had a number one hit with The Legend of Xanadu.
"As most people know," said John Hatchman, who took on the mantle of Mick after Mick Wil...
There was an international outpouring of sympathy at the weekend for the death of Whitney Houston. But another less celebrated musician died on the same day, whose passing has barely been mentioned in the newspapers.
Johnny "John" Johnson had a musical career spanning five decades. A few weeks ago, TheSpoof were lucky enough to interview him for the last time, barring a now-unlikely comeback. T...
The 1960's pop combo from Solihull in the West Midlands, the Applejacks, who had a monster 60's hit with 'Tell Me When' have announced that they are to form a National Lottery Syndicate.
Initially, it is thought that the syndicate will only involv...
This article was sent in by an old twerp who used to work in the food retail industry, to the 'Oil Drum Lane Gazette, in Nottingham.
"Eeeeh! The price of things nowadays! Why, I can remember when ten shillings would buy you four pints of bitter, a fish supper and you would still have change for tram ticket home." How often have we heard this sort of thing from some people usually a bit older th...
The UN announced today that the year of 2012 is to be postponed.
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, spoke of the unanimous UN vote. 'The outlook for the global economy is extremely uncertain,' he explained. 'There is political i...
WOODSIDE, California - 1960s folk music icon Joan Baez loves sitting in her backyard meditating and singing up in a 20-foot high tree house which she built by herself with the help of a Home Depot Do-It-Yourself instruction pamphlet.
Baez says tha...
San Francisco, California - "You know that song about a boy and his dragon that I would sing to you all the time?" reminisced Mary Travers in a low soft-spoken voice to her family and friends and a reporter from "Rolling Stone" magazine that gathered...
San Francisco, California - Originally forming one-third of the nation's most popular folk music groups of the 1960s, "Peter, Paul and Mary", Mary Travers, like Momma Cass, later grew to form two-thirds of the trio, having eaten, Peter, one of the f...
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